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Testing for drugs in the workplace has become commonplace as federal and private industry programs are developed. Effective use of laboratory results derived from testing urine specimens is a function of many factors including choice of specimen, testing modalities, specimen handling, and reporting. Since significant consequences can occur from positive test results, full understanding of the factors and the process is required.
Chief toxicologist, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Baltimore, MD
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